Date: 26th November 2022 at 1:37pm
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England were held to a goalless draw by USA on Friday night, leaving supporters disappointed. 

Gareth Southgate’s side thrashed Iran 6-2 in their first match of the World Cup but their performance against the US was far poorer.

The result does, however, mean that The Three Lions need simply to avoid losing by four or more goals against Wales in order to progress to the last 16.

Harry Kane was once again underwhelming in front of goal against USA, with the England captain having failed to have a single shot on target in either of their two matches so far.

Despite his poor form for England, the striker is set to be offered a lucrative new deal, according to reports.

As per Football Insider, Spurs are preparing a ‘jawdropping’ offer for Kane, in an attempt to convince the forward to stay put in the capital.

Kane, 29, is currently contracted to Spurs until the summer of 2024, but several clubs including Bayern Munich and Real Madrid have been linked with a move for the Englishman.

According to the report, Tottenham will make a lucrative offer to the player, who currently earns around £200,000-per-week.

Kane hasn’t had a shot on target so far at the World Cup

Kane is said to be ‘aware’ that some of his ‘inferior’ England teammates are currently earning considerably more than him, and he is therefore pushing for an improved deal.

Spurs have been keen to enter into negotiations for a while now, but the player himself remained adamant that he wouldn’t begin talks until after the World Cup.

Kane has started the current season in superb form, scoring 12 goals in 15 Premier League matches, as well as providing an assist.

The striker has established himself as one of the best in the world in his position in recent years, and currently has 261 Spurs goals to his name.

It is also suggested that one key factor in Kane’s decision making will be whether or not Spurs can convince Antonio Conte to extend his own stay with the club.

The Italian’s deal is due to expire next summer, and Kane is keen for the ex-Chelsea man to remain with the club.

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